Miracles of Recovery is now a Reality!
You may want to be one of the very first
to get your own copy of Miracles of Recovery now available through Amazon.com/Kindle. At $4.99, this book is chock full of suggestions, examples and first hand-experiences in how anyone can maintain long-term sobriety! All you need is an open mind, and perseverance to stay the course. I will show you how it can be done. In fact, if you visit my Book tab, you will find twelve (12) reasons why we can all use this book if we want to see improvement and personal growth in our lives, one day at a time.
Genetics and environment helped to create a 30-year journey into the darkness of sex, drugs, and alcohol, all of which stripped me of opportunities to succeed and rise out of my self-imposed hell. It took 30 years of trying to escape from reality to connect-the-dots to freedom, and to find hope sufficient to do better. It was about time.
My name is Beth H. For the purposes of my book, it was suggested I let you know who I really am, even though my pseudo-name is Harriet Hunter. Since my walk into recovery in 1999, I’ve had one primary purpose.
To show others how they can achieve their miracles with a vision and determination to never ever go backwards one day at a time. I strive to be a conduit of encouragement to others by showing them what worked for me and how they can be free from the bondage of self, regardless of their situation by using the 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, the fellowship and the village that is recovery.
My passion is to help others find hope.
Over the course of my sobriety, I have worked with many women to find a peace within. I continue to facilitate meetings, bring hope to women incarcerated, and continue to sponsor both face-to-face and on line, encouraging and giving to others what has been so freely given to me over the years.
I am a member of Tallahassee’s Writing Association; Florida’s Writers Assocation, the Sisters of the Sentences Writers Group, (part of Fiction Among Friends group). In addition, I am a member of TWA and FWAs writing critique groups.
One common denominator that makes us equal, regardless of our experiences or journey, is our pain. Our pain is the same. It is this vision of equality that allows me to embrace and encourage others in and out of recovery. We are all children of a oneness. Please continue to come back often. Sooner or later, I hope you will see yourself in my blog posts.